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Oct 22, 2013 7:00am PDT
quote the health care headaches. florida senator marco rubio tells us why he wants to delay a key part of the obama care law. >>> and closer to a cure for baldness? the scientists behind a potential breakthrough is here in studio 57. >>> but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> i saw people running. >> a nightmare in nevada. >> saeft grader opened fire at sparks middle school. >> the playground. one in the calf fear ya, one in the hall. >> 45-year-old former marine mike lands berry, math teacher being hailed as a hero. >> he said i would do anything for you guys and i guess that meant taking a bullet. >> the september jobs report. unemployment dips slightly 148,000 jobs created. fewer jobs than expected. >> san francisco b.a.r.t. workers have reached a deal with management putting an end to a four-day strike. >> passengers aboard a delta flight to atlanta are safe after a fire on their plane forced an emergency landing. >> there was smoke coming from the coffeepot. >> another delta flight made an emergency landing in
Oct 18, 2013 12:00pm EDT
senador marco rubio. todavía estaba en plena campaña y hablaron de una verdad como una verdad y una mentira, una mentira por parte del senador rubio a la hora que se vendía consistorial cuba, que vino con su padre, que venían huyendo y no, los padres y los muchachos de la revolución, pero él decía eso, que se lo sacaron. también le sacaron otra cosa, le sacaron el hecho de que habían... su cuñado, cuando todavía estudiaba, su cuñado había tenido un problema de conflicto de narcotráfico, cosas que no vienen al caso e incomodaron. y recuerdo que eso fue patético. yo me recuerdo que univisión cambió automáticamente, después de que en algunos meses cambió su enfoque hacia marco rubio. yo creo que la presión política, la presión cubana americana y muchas cosas más, y cambiaron, y desde ahora, desde tres meses para acá sacaron esa noticia. no hay semana que no hablo de marco rubio y se han vuelto las cenizas públicos. también tienen que ver los niveles de autocensura que se imponen los mismos medios. uno puede tener una junta editorial y decir... probablemente est
Oct 18, 2013 1:00pm PDT
're doing. >> absolutely. now crystal, one person that hasn't been mentioned much is marco rubio and here is what matt lewis writes. the notion that tea party conservatives in iowa or south carolina will now support him is absurd. why would they choose him over ted cruz or rand paul? so i guess poor marco rubio's rise was meteoric but so was his fall. >> the problem has been he's neither here nor there. he went out with immigration reform, going to be sort of his marquis play. it didn't go so well. even with that, he was in and then he was out and wasn't sure he wanted to be a leader there. >> right. >> but he did enough for tea partiers to be very upset with him. and then now with the ted cruz shutdown, he decided to go right along with ted cruz, but wasn't a leader of that either. so he doesn't get any credit. just looks like a coward. so if the party does by some miracle go in a direction of wanting to be a governing party again, they're not going to look to marco rubio. they're going to look to someone like chris christie. if they go in the direction of anilism and sanity, which is th
Oct 20, 2013 6:00am PDT
republicans we would have won this fight. >> we'll discuss what happens now with senator marco rubio. >> then, as frustration with washington reaches new heights, how do we avoid another budget shutdown. >> we'll talk with two key lawmakers, senator dick durbin. abundance, our panel on the continues problems with obama care. and our power player of the week, a 13-year-old whiz kid behind the shut down. >>> and hello again from fox news in washington. government workers are back on the job after that 16 day partial shut down. joining us now, bun of the gop leaders at the center of the debate, florida senator marco rubio. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you for having me back. >> you're one of 18 that voted against the deal to reopen the government. was that a political gesture or were you really prepared to keep the government shut down? >> let me be clear, i never was in favor of shutting down the government or in defunding the government. i was in favor of voting to fund the government fully. the only thing i didn't want to see us is us waste any more money on obama care which is
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Oct 16, 2013 7:00pm PDT
and raise the debt ceiling. in a minute we'll be joined by senators ted cruz, mike lee, marco rubio. they will have exclusive reaction. first down to capitol hill where our own mike emmanuel is going to ex plain where things stand at this hour. mike. >> good evening. the house is voting at this hour to pass this temporary fix to re-open the government, extend the ability to borrow money for a few months. it is a temporary fix. nobody seems satisfied but a lot of people on both sides of the aisle have suggested it is time to re pope the government and continue to fight another day. a number of house republicans were compliment ref house speaker john boehner's leadership though they are voting on deal they are not entirely satisfied with. they felt he did lead the good fight. offered potential sliegss yesterday but didn't have votes. here they are. to head off a crisis with the business markets or the financial markets, they are going to vote on the deal. with a lot of democratic vots and some republican votes, all indications are it is expected to pass and the president will sign it
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Oct 20, 2013 11:00am PDT
. "fox newsçó sunday" up next. you don't want to miss it. chris talks with marco rubio. >>> i'm chris wallace. the government reopens. the debt ceiling is raised but there are more budget battles ahead. >> this deal kicks the can down the road. >> there's a lot more we need to do to get our nation's fiscal house in order. >> as federal employees go back to work, the president pushes a new agenda. >> there are no winners here. these last few weeks have inflicted completely unnecessary damage on our economy. >> and the republican party licks its wounds and looks for a new strategy. >> if theñr senate republicans had stood united with the house republicans, that's how we would have won that fight. >>> we will discuss what happens now with senator marco rubio. a fox news sunday exclusive. >>> as frustration in washington reaches new heights, how do we avoid another budget showdown? >> we want to look for ways to find common ground to get a budget agreement. >> we'll talk with two key lawmakers. senator dick durbin of illinois and senator roy blunt of missouri. plus our sunday panel on th
Oct 21, 2013 12:00pm PDT
heels in and others backtrack. marco rubio said he never supported a shutdown. rubio is considered a presidential contender and his desire to run from the shutdown shows the direction some in the gop would like to move in. will the tea party let them? the next guest argues that they are paving the way for hillary clinton presidency if she runs. in the national journal, michael hirsch writes, early 2016 contenders like paul ryan and marco rubio and rand paul. supplying the first fodder for those hillary 2016 attack ads, if she wants it, the broad center of american politics may well be hillary clinton's for the taking. making that the first campaign appearance in five years with another appearance tonight with bill de blasio. the latest piece, hillary clinton, welcome to the white house. welcome to you, michael. >> thanks very much, ari. >> absolutely. talk about why this is so good for husband, specifically hillary clinton, we were talking about it in the office, at this time in the last cycle before o ma' obama won in '08 people hadn't heard of him. >> normally i would say it's ri
Oct 21, 2013 3:00pm PDT
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Oct 22, 2013 5:00pm PDT
and the brightest in the first place? >> tonight, senator marco rubio puts forth his solution. >> you do have the right to have healthcare and to education and to decent housing. >> the gloves are off as the far left now pushing for complete socialism. we'll spell that out in the talking points memo. >> were -- harmful to all of our children and it's time to remove this kind of stereotyping. >> and the washington redskins controversy still red hot so to speak. we will hear the team's point of view. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. here comes socialism. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. with obama care descending into chaos, the president and the democratic party are in a perilous place right now. americans are starting to figure out that the government-controlled healthcare industry is likely to be a nightmare on many fronts. so why, why won't the feds fix this situation before imposing it on we, the people. the answer is that obama care is just part of a vision for
Oct 22, 2013 6:00am PDT
'm going to play a little bit of what marco rubio had to say, then get your reaction on the other side. take a listen. you know what, we don't have a sound bite. i will read it. he said, "what i'm arguing is this -- the law says very clearly that if at some point next year, if you don't have health insurance, you haven't bought it, the irs, you're going to owe them money. a penalty. it's unfair to punish people for not purchasing a product that they can't chur chas because of the feck nothing that's in place. it's not working." are the call going to grow louder for the individual mandate to be delayed, postponed? >> it's common sense. the american people haven't been getting good value from their government, from either branch of government, and they're pretty ticked off about it. reality is, you say this thing is broken and it's not fair to start the clock on you with a broken system, that's a message that's going to resonate. those are the kinds of ideas i think can probably get some traction. it's not what the white house wants to hear, but for someone who believes the law will buck
Oct 22, 2013 7:00am PDT
. you have to have the penalty, the individual mandate as marco rubio wants to delay that. you need to get that in and kicking for this whole program to work. and to downplay it as a technical glitch when you really have something so strongly at the heart is i think a problem. >> how could he have made it into a help instead of a hurt? >> fixing it is the big thing and he pointed to that and others have pointed to that. i think the bigger problem for the president is that he started off saying it wasn't as big of a problem. well, this is a volume issue. everybody wants to sign up for it. and then the story shifts to, no, actually this is a real problem that we need to fix over a 22-day period. i think that's the biggest problem for him. if it gets up and running in the next week, this will be a blip. if it takes two or three months, it could really ham strung the health care law. >> jackie, dana milbank, your colleague wrote this. not since the ginsu knife cut through an aluminum can and still sliced through a tomato has america seen a pitch quite like the one president obama delive
Oct 21, 2013 6:00pm EDT
marco rubio of florida suggested the president handling of the government shutdown had undermine efforts at immigration reform. >> source early think immigration reform is a lot harder to achieve today than it was just three weeks ago because of what is happened year. i think the house deserves the time and space to have their own ideas about how they want to move forward on this. let's see what they come up with. it could be better than what the senate has done so far. >> for more we go to houston to stea speak with congress members gutierrez. the chair of the immigration task force of the congressional hispanic caucus and a member of the bipartisan house gang of 7. he and seven other members of congress were arrested protesting washington's fill your and immigration. it is not the first time he has been arrested for civil disobedience. in 2000, he was arrested for protesting u.s. military for using the inhabited puerto rican island as a bombing range. he writes about his decades of activism and organizing, and politics in his memoir, "still dreaming: my journey from the barrio to capit
Al Jazeera America
Oct 20, 2013 7:00pm EDT
). >> we're going to kick out. >> we don't believe marco rubio's support -- >> what is your name? >> these young activates call themselves dreamers. part of a nationwide movement campaigning for the dream act, legislation that would give undocumented youth who finished high school a pathway to citizenship. >> for somebody to understand what undocumented is, it's basically saying you're invisible to people, you don't have an identification, there's such thing as you don't have an identity, you are living in the shadows. >> jose saucedo and his friends know at any moment they can be placed into detention and deported to a country they barely know. >> i could have been pulled over by the cops for interrupting such an important meeting but at the same time it's a risk we take every day stepping out of our houses. >> no we can't being live the lives of 11 million people. >> there is another reason 11 million latinos aren't impressed with coe rubio, the geo group, with which houses many of the detainees. >> it was october, of 2011, here was this guy, that said cornell was -- >> the com
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Oct 20, 2013 7:00am PDT
as leverage to appeal obama care, but marco rubio was one of a group of senators who was against reopening the government unless that law was taken off the bo books. >> is mcconnell wrong to say government shutdown is now off the table? >> well, i have never wanted there to be a government shutdown. >> i understand. >> but chris, the people who shut down the government were the president and democrats and senate who said unless you fund obama care, we are unwilling to fund the entire government. they took that position and forced this situation that we have just gone through. >> and joining me now, the anchor of fox news sunday, you know him well, chris wallace. good morning to you. >> good morning to you, jamie. >> how much support does senator rubio have for that position? >> i'm not sure -- well, in terms of votes in the senate, only 18 senators voted for that. the majority voted to reopen the government, to drop the fight over obama care. as you could tell, senator rubio wasn't saying i'm willing to shut down the government over this again. he wanted an effective verbal device to say,
Al Jazeera America
Oct 16, 2013 9:00pm EDT
leadership, marco rubio, ted cruz, rand paul. all three prospective presidential candidates trying to appeal to the base in 2016 voted against this. john cornyn from texas has a tough senate race ahead of him and david from louisiana who wants to run for governor there. there's no indication anything is going to change, even though they have promised in this bill to get together and try to do something they haven't been able to do in five years, and that's come up with a budget. >> i wanted to clarify more on it. we didn't do it earlier. i want the details on what we're looking at. the deal voted on tonight would re-open government and fund operations until january 15th. it would also lift the debt ceiling extending the government's ability to borrow until early february, but it means, gentlemen, as mike pointed out, we could look at this all over again early in the new year. this is true, right? >> it is. republicans are saying this was round one. they're looking forward to round two. round two is even closer to the election. too -- do they want to do this again? >> what does it do to the
Al Jazeera America
Oct 18, 2013 1:00am EDT
are the conservative presidential candidates going forward. ted cruz and rand paul and quite possibly marco rubio. i don't think the book was written on him yet. a lot was expected of him going into the year. they could never win this country. that's the problem right now. you know, groups like freedom works and the tea party are very interested in running this right wing agenda that may win in certain parts of the country, but it doesn't win in the country as a whole. it's really killing the republican party at this point. >> patrick, how do you sfond to that? >> unfortunately, i couldn't hear my colleague, but, you know, new yorkers like chuck shumer and peter king call the pea party dead for years now, and to say that we shot ourselves in the foot with the tactics employed here are simply not true. tea party isn't about political exbead yens but standing on principal, and that's what this fight is all about. as time goes on and the disastrous effects of this law beyond the glitches in the obamacare website. if you get down to the economics of this law takes a toll on the american people. >> i thi
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Oct 14, 2013 10:00pm EDT
voters presidential straw poll over the weekend. others, like senator marco rubio just wel fading into the background a bit. all the whi, strong crop of g.o.p. governors are angling to take advantage of washington disfunction. fox news chief political corresponden carl cameron has our report. >> reporter: texas u.s. senator cruz joins sarah palin in national mall this weekend,o rip president obama and democrats for closing veteran memorialing as part of the shut do ofhe government. >> this is the people's memorial. >> reporter: cruz champions tea party backe house strategy to fund the government only if the affordable care act is defunde or delayed. >> our veterans should be abo politics. enough games. >> reporter: potential 2016 g.o.p. rivals, senator rand pl of kentucky and marco rubio in florida locked step with cruz this year. hoping to halt obamacare through the budget process, they have since piped dow fray, and since thehut don began, paul has been emphasizing negotiation. >> both partying the bie the --, they will look for us for a a negotiation. >> reporter: interesting g
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Oct 17, 2013 6:00am PDT
side. on obamacare, what we played with marco rubio is extremely important. a lot of republicans believe as obamacare becomes a real presence in american life, they think it will be a burden on millions of americans. so they think they will get growing political support for their anti-obamacare efforts. we have to see if that actually happens before republicans can reap any benefits. bill: quickly. i have 30 seconds. john boehner, then ted cruz. what comes of both? >> boehner has come out of this not unscathed at all but he came out without any threats inside his republican caucus. some of the people who you might thought, if he gave up in the end like they would want to challenge him or depose him as speaker. they're saying good things about him. that is not a problem. ted cruz, will depend on true believers really supported him the whole time if they're with him. as far as his senate colleagues he is not in good reputation at this moment. they're very unhappy with a lot of things he has done. his standing in the senate has been diminished. bill: that, byron. tees it up pretty w
Oct 18, 2013 9:00am PDT
, marco rubio, who led the charge in the senate, the face of comprehensive immigration reform clearly feels like he got burned, was a no vote on reopening government, averting financial catastrophe, evidence of how vulnerable he felt out there. how much is rubio's behavior a setback for the issue of immigration reform. >> i think right now he's lying low because all of a sudden ted cruz came on board. i don't think anybody saw him including marco rubio as a favor for 2016. however, most republicans and democrats say rubio is someone who is willing to compromise and negotiate as he was demonstrated when he came to immigration reform. i think he's going to be someone to watch. florida specifically they care about immigration reform, very personal. you could say the same thing about ted cruz in texas. it's much more personal when it comes to florida. unlike texas where you have a history of folks crossing the border back and forth you have a larger undocumented population there. >> we shall see. thank you for your time as always, my friend. >> thank you, alex. >> coming up, new reports c
Al Jazeera America
Oct 16, 2013 11:00pm EDT
, ted cruz, marco rubio, these are all men that have been talked about for presidential aspirations, all voting no. in terms of the republican yeses, we did see the leadership vote yes. speaker john boehner, majority leader eric cantor, the whip, kevin ma carling and mccarthy,y mcmorris rodgers, they all supported speaker boehner in the yes vote. i want to give you a sense of what we heard from senator ted cruz right before the vote took place in the senate tonight, john. >> this is a terrible deal today. but it's a terrible deal for the american people. but at the same time, the path forward if the american people continue to rise up, we are going to number thi turn this a. we will restore the ability of people who are struggle to go climb the economic ladder and to achieve the american dream and he with will stop the number one job killer in this country that is obama care. >> reporter: and we just saw senator mike lee of utah tweet out, this is not over. so stay tuned, john. >> we will stay tuned libby. of course the president still has to sign the bill. it's expected to happen in a
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Oct 19, 2013 7:00pm PDT
the background, rand paul, chris christie, marco rubio. with you but never came forward and made themselves as local and obvious at ted cruz did. watch for those three. >> you said he was flirting with acting in an unconstitutional manner, senator ted cruz. do you still believe that and you can also follow-up on what eric said. >> ted was my student. a brilliant student. always very, very principled. came into my class with his right-hand raise and never put it down and he doesn't surprise me. i think he is a man of principle. i think move on, the left wing organization that yesterday announced they want to indict people on the right, people who are republicans, people involved in this are absurd. i would be thrilled to defend ted cruz or any of the other republicans on the right, though i disagree with them. their punishment will come from the electorate, not the crim gnat justice system. ted cruz and others are the greatest gift to the democratic party. your previous guess was right. it shows division among republicans and americans according to polls don't like what they see about the re
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Oct 20, 2013 3:00pm PDT
now with senator marco rubio, on the sunday exclusive. >> then, as frustration with washington reaps new heights, how do we avoid another budget she down? >> we want to look for ways to find common ground to get a budget agreement. >> we will talk with two key lawmakers, senator durbin of illinois and senator blunt of missouri. and the continuing problems with obamacare. our "power player of the week," the 31-year-old behind the shutdown. that is all right now on fox news sunday. "fox >> hello again from fox news in washington. government workers are back on the job after the 16-day partial shut down. president obama is pushing a new agenda for the year while republicans argue about the best strategy. we have a g.o.p. leaders of the center of the debate, florida senator rubio. welcome back to fox news sunday. >> thanks for having me back. >> you are one of the 18 republican senators who voted against the final deal to re-open the government. was that a political gesture because you knew it was going to pass anyway? or were you really prepared to keep the government shut down and to b
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Oct 21, 2013 7:00pm PDT
" is out in stores tomorrow. there is a battle obviously ted cruz, rand paul, mike lee, marco rubio in this battle versus, quote, the establishment republicans. where do you see the battle? >> well, i'm not unsympathetic to the frustration that's led many americans to sign on for or become part of the tea party. i'm as frustrated as anybody else can be. but i think we have a situation where the circumstances in washington, the inability and unwillingness of the this administration to come to grips with our basic long-term debt problem, for example. the frustration out there is very, very high. so when i see people talking about the tea party, i don't think of the tea party as extremists the way some of the folks in washington want to describe them. the extremist in washington is barack obama. he's the guy that wants to fundamentally transform the health care system. he's done enormous damage to america's standing in the world. to the extent there is an extremist or radical political view in washington i believe it is the president of the united states. >> i agree with you. you know,
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Oct 21, 2013 10:00pm PDT
the credibilijob. senators ted cruz and marco rubio slamming kathleen sebelius yesterday. after the embarrassing, completely disastrous roll out of obama care she over saw calls for her resignation are growing louder by the day. the secretary will testify as early as next week b b about what went wrong. when she knew it regarding the health care website. what will be her fate? here to debate that ebony williams, bright bart news columnist kerry picket better known as lois lane. how are you? >> very well, sean. >> ebony, we spent $634 million. we had three years. this is a disaster. on top of being three times what they said it would cost, a b job killer and expensive. why shouldn't she get fired? wouldn't you fire her? >> no. i wouldn't fire her at this point, sean. there is so much we don't know. this roll out -- >> who's in charge? whoa. who's in charge. >> secretary sebelius is accountable, sean. >> how long did she have to get it up and running? >> substantial time. >> three years. >> how much did she spend on it? >> isn't that what this is for? >> we know. three years, $634 million. i have
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Oct 22, 2013 4:00pm PDT
until is fully working. this would be a companion to senator marco rubio's bill. also in washington. republican senator lindsey graham taking on president obama. senator graham blocking $60 million in u.s. aid to egypt. he says he would put a hold on the funds until he sees egypt moving toward democracy. earlier this month the obama administration suspended most aid to egypt but pledged to maintain some assistance but that appears now to be blocked. now to the latest jobs report. the economy adding 148,000 jobs since september. a steep drop from the jobs gains in august. and october numbers, well they may be even worse thanks to temporary layoffs during the shutdown. now to san francisco, apple unveiling the newist ipad the new 9.7-inch tablet is called ipad air. it weighs 1 pound 8% lighter than the older model and 28% thinner. the tablet has apple's faster a 7 chip. the ipads will be available april first. from apple to amazon. raising free shipping minimum order size. you will now have respond $35 instead of $25. amazon says the first increase in more tha
Oct 22, 2013 6:00am PDT
, good morning to you, frank and michelle. ahead, we are going to talk to republican senator marco rubio on his new plan to delay the signature piece of the president's healthcare law, the individual mandate. plus, we are going to talk it a scientist this morning who is behind a promising new hair growth study and ask if this is the baldness breakthrough we have been waiting for. and dog man's best friend. we are going to take you inside a lab where for the first time one scientist is using mris to test the emotions behind those puppy dog eyes. we'll share with you what we learned. the news is back in the morning. so we'll see you at 7:00 >> thank you. >>> 6:51 now. two men stripped of their boy scout leadership duties. why they claim pushing over an ancient rock in a state park was the right thing to do. >> and coming up on kpix 5, hundreds of thousands of commuters can breathe a sigh of relief the bart strike is over. trains are rolling. but there are some delays. we'll tell you what to expect on your tuesday morning commute. ,, the great american novel. so you can happily let life get
Oct 17, 2013 9:00am PDT
, no. marco rubio voted no as did rand paul, paul ryan, as did the number two in the senate john cornyn who happens to be running for election. the man of the hour, the man who cannot stop, will not stop, senator ted cruz who thinks the whole thing would have turned out way better if not for the cowardly senate republicans. >> the house republicans marched into battle. they exercised tremendous leadership, tremendous courage. it should have been the senate republicans riding like the cavalry to support them. if senate republicans would have stood united with the house republicans, that's how we won the fight. they were divided and became an air force dive bombing conservatives. >> america did not just see chris matthews doing his impression of ted cruz. >> the hand gestures, so assertive. >> is it real? ted cruz is a very educated man who when it comes down to it will vote against his own talkie filibuster but last night voted no it's very hard to understand the mind of ted cruz and yet he does it quite convincingly. >> i think without making any judgment about it, it's short-term. he's
Oct 21, 2013 2:00pm PDT
with texas. ted cruz is ready for another shutdown showdown. >>> still ahead, florida republican marco rubio is not ready to rumble yet. the waterman needs a time-out at the cooler. he lands in our pretenders tonight. but next, i'm taking your questions. ask ed live is just ahead. stay tuned. customer erin swenson ordered shoes from us online but they didn't fit. customer's not happy, i'm not happy. sales go down, i'm not happy. merch comes back, i'm not happy. use ups. they make returns easy. unhappy customer becomes happy customer. then, repeat customer. easy returns, i'm happy. repeat customers, i'm happy. sales go up, i'm happy. i ordered another pair. i'm happy. (both) i'm happy. i'm happy. happy. happy. happy. happy. happy happy. i love logistics. ♪ because an empty pan is a blank canvas. ♪ [ woman #2 ] to share a moment. ♪ [ man #1 ] to remember my grandmother. [ woman #3 ] to show my love. ♪ [ woman #4 ] because life needs flavor. ♪ [ woman #5 ] to travel the world without leaving home. [ male announcer ] whatever the reason. whatever the dish. make it delicious with swanso
Oct 17, 2013 12:00pm EDT
the party, even though he's been sort of on the margins in the debate strategically. >> marco rubio. >> exactly. he's highly respected. he does, as mark says, he's done a very good job of keeping up with his constituents. he has a warm presence, a well run home office, those kinds of things. the sense within the republican party of him is he's matured and seasoned as a result of the vice presidential run. i think he'd have a good shot, i really do. >> i want to ask you about wisconsin and constituents you're talking about potentially representing. what is the view of washington at this point? i mean, i don't want to denigrate public service, i think a lot has been done to vilify people who work in government but at the same time how much do you think this whole shutdown and debt ceiling fight that's going to play into house races and specifically the one you're entering into in 2014. >> i mean, with paul, i've met him put pell times and his office multiple times. everything you're saying, he's a lot more out of touch than you guys are saying. a lot of people walk up, he was picketed
Oct 22, 2013 3:30pm PDT
. outfront, marco rubio takes on the president of the united states. today republican senator said he will introduce a bill to p
Oct 22, 2013 7:00am EDT
yesterday on the website. he says the problems will be fixed, however, opponents like senator marco rubio, are calling for a delay in the rollout of the individual mandate until the site is fixed. he says he will introduce legislation to that effect soon. your thoughts on the affordable care act for the first 45 minutes this morning. here is how we have divided the line this morning. if you are of the mind it should five 85-3 880.02- if you think it should be fixed but the website should continue 202-585-3881. pick the line that best represents you and be prepared to tell us why. you can also tell us why on our social media channel. our facebookl on page, are 34 comments -- actually, about 60 comments on the website page. it is a poll i wanted to point you to that you can participate in this morning about the affordable care act. it is divided much like we divided the lines this morning. repeal it, fix it, or delay it. 67 so far saying that it should be repealed. 89 people waiting in that it should be fixed. when it comes to the delay, the individual mandate, only thr
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Oct 15, 2013 8:00am PDT
marco rubio of florida. >> -- to reserve my comments on the issue of iran but i felt that this point reaching today, i could no longer wait to speak out on it so my colleagues here would indulge me for a few moments, i wanted to talk about it. with regards to our budget and the debt limiting and spending, obamacare, we have another crisis looming, one that goes to national security interest, one that unites us. jon: it appears that marco rubio is going to talk about the situation with regard to iran. while that is serious, we're focussing right now on the budget battles that have the government partially shut down and the nation bumping up against a possible debt controlling in a couple of days. so we're going to move away from that. if there are more remarks in the senate about some kind of a deal that could get the government reopen, we'll certainly bring you back there live. jenna: all right. i guess i'm going to start things off. sorry, everybody. this is a little bit uncrypted here because we're trying to work with some of the breaking news. as we work through it and go back to
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Oct 19, 2013 11:00am PDT
of conservatives out there are saying that even pull ryan, the house budget chairman, and marco rubio, who only two years ago was a hero of the tea party, when this are somehow labeled sellouts for wanting to work with immigration or some kind of long-term tax reform, you've got a real problem within the gop, don't you? >> you really do. look, i think the tea party needs some adult supervision. they just need to get a lot smarter about tactics. there is this big fish ur between the business community and the tea party. look, maybe we screw up, but we're not going to advance a conservative free enterprise agenda in washington without the kind of grassroots of the tea party movement. this divide right now could be crippling for the party that the big beneficiaries of it could be barack obama and the democrats. >> particularly if you get third party candidates who split the conservative right leaning vote. then that would help perhaps the democrats take back capitol hill. so, kim, how bad do you think this divide is? can you put it back together? >> it's awfully hard because part of the problem here,
Oct 20, 2013 8:30am PDT
'm supported by marco rubio. pat toomey. two other tea party favorites who were elected in 2010. i have the support of mike huckabee and bill bennett. i think they're going stro a hard time convincing kentucky primary voters that mitch mcconnell is some kind of liberal. in fact, we took a poll last month to check that out, and only 2% of kentuckians thought i was a liberal. i think that's a pretty hard sell. and it's almost certainly going to fail. >> schieffer: what do you want now from president obama? what do you want him to do now? you're facing the same problems that caused this government shutdown. what would you like the president to do now? >> my first choice would be to take advantage of the opportunity present bide divided government. you know divided government has historically done things. i think ronald reagan and tip o'neil doing the last comprehensive tax reform. i think of bill clinton and a republican congress doing welfare reform and actually balancing the budget multiple years in the late 90 pps divided government san opportunity to tackle tough stuff, and we all know
Oct 22, 2013 4:00am PDT
on the shooting. >>> plus, obama under fire. republican senator marco rubio tells us about his legislation to delay the individual mandate. >>> and best-selling author john grisham joins us in the studio. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,, >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald. >>> we're very happy to announce to the end of the unfair labor practice strike. >> we will go back to work and continue our efforts to keep the bay area moving. >> the bart strike is over. but trains are not running this morning like bart said they would. good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, october 22. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 4:30. and we begin with that breaking news at this hour. the four-day strike is over but trains are not running right now. we just got an update from bart saying they are attempting to staff the positions this morning and bart will remain closed until further notice. bart management and its union reached a tentative agreement late last night. right now once ag
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